Antioch University New England Represented at the American Psychological Association Annual Meeting

Faculty, students, and alumni from AUNE were active at and around the APA convention in Washington DC this month!

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_masonry_media_grid element_width=”2″ grid_id=”vc_gid:1505939279220-7da739f7-01c1-6″ include=”163356,163357,163362,163361″][vc_column_text]APA Council of Representatives approves the first revision of APA’s Multicultural Guidelines since 2002.  The revisions were crafted by the APA Task Force on Multicultural Guidelines, on which Gargi Roysircar serves.

Brunch
An Antioch brunch at Busboys and Poets Restaurant gathered AUNE faculty members Lorraine Mangione (party planner extraordinaire), Kathi Borden, and Gargi Roysircar, our faculty colleague from AU Seattle, Jude Bergkamp, and an excellent sampling of AUNE students, alumni, and family members.

Gargi Roysircar received the 2017 Strickland-Daniel Mentoring Award, from APA’s Division 35, Psychology of Women
Nominated by her current and former AUNE students Melissa Boudreau, Bola Afolayan, Josefina Irogoyen, Katherine Russell, Courtney Condiracci, Jane Studeny, Ashland Thompson, and Lauren Weisberg.

Conference Presentations
Faculty and students from the AUNE Clinical Psychology department presented at the conference.

Mentoring across the Developmental Spectrum in the Context of Changing Demographics (symposium)
Lorraine Mangione, Symposium Chair

Student Survey on Mentoring: Matters of Diversity
Lorraine Mangione, Kathi Borden, Lavita Nadkarni, Kate Evarts, Kelsey Hyde

Facilitating Faculty Scholarly Activity
Kathi Borden & Mary Beth Kenkel

Bruce Springsteen and Women Fans:  Meaning-making, Identity, and Guidance
Lorraine Mangione, Donna Luff, Kate Evarts

Qualitative analyses of trauma counseling in Haiti. (part of a symposium on Addressing the diverse mental health needs of individuals with co-occurring PTSD and SUDS)
Gargi Roysircar

 Symposium: Child and Family Well-Being and Homelessness: Integrating Research into Practice and Policy
Carmela DeCandia, Psy.D. (AUNE alum)

Assessment of Families Experiencing Homelessness:  Analysis of Current Practice
Carmela DeCandia, Psy.D. (AUNE alum)

First responder mental health: Prevention, postvention, and treatment interventions.
Gargi Roysircar and Alyssa Lanza

Posters

Sports-related concussions: Long-term neuropsychological deficits.
Sarajane Rodgers

 Disparities in health and human resources: Psychology’s promotion of equity and access.
Gargi Roysircar, Jane Studeny, Sarajane Rodgers, Lee-Barber, & Michael Alves

Heart as neural circuit: Convergence of Indian Samkhya and western psychology systems of cognition.
Randall Williams

Stereotype threat, belonging and campus climate among African American students attending a predominately White institution.
Wright, L., Ashland Thompson, Johnson, T.

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